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at the live desk where syrian activists accused forces loyal to baa sheer al assad of using chemical weapons. the activists say more than 200 people have been killed in those attacks. syria's denied those reports and state television quoted a source as saying there was "no truth whatsoever to the report." it is said they were aimed at distracting a visiting team of u. n. chemical weapons exerts from the mission. the hotel the group is staying in is a 15 minute drive from the site of the alleged attack. videos show what appear to be a lifeless body with no visible wounds. syrian authorities and rebels have accused each other of using chemical weapons against one another through the course of the civil war now as 100,000 people have been reported killed. >>> a 15-year-old is behind bars caused of stabbing another teenager to death at the ravens super bowl parade this year. nazir williams is charged with murder. three teenagers with were stabbed on february 15th. ntae smith died from the stabbing. >>> johns hopkins university is warning students of another robbery in north baltimore. the web si
:30 last night. police tell us they found the 22-year-old man who was shot several times, the victim was taken to the hospital and is expected to survive. police right now are looking for the gunman. >>> we have new information for you this morning regarding the continued civil war in syria and the alleged use of chemical weapons by the syrian government on the rebel combatants. the white house and state department expressed concern on wednesday following reports bashar al-assad's regime used toxic gas to kill at least 130 people, including many children while they slept. the attack was said to have occurred in the eastern suburbs of damascus. the syrian government denies the use of those weapons, calling the allegations baseless. in the meantime what's going on now the u.s., britain and france are demanding that a team of u.n. experts already in syria be granted immediate access to that eastern district to investigate the claims of the attack. now, one year ago wednesday president barack obama delivered a speech that included his now-famous red line remk involving the use of chemic
. should a coo be declared it would be illegal for the u.s. to restore any aid until a government is in place. reprogramming allow the administration wiggle room. that's been more than 6 weeks since the egypt military removed the country's president, president morsi. as for the way things are going now, cairo remains under a state of energy. a dusk to dawn curfew as they try to regain normalcy. they are detained the leader of the muslim brotherhood. we have breaking news in pakistan too. the former president has been indicted in his affirmation of the former prime minister. charges include murder and conspiracy to commit murder. a member of his legal team said he has pleaded not guilty. >>> a 25-year-old man digging a hole to build a deck at a home in search died when the trench he was digging collapsed. when firefighters arrived the man was buried up to his neck. then more of the trench collapsed on top of him burying him completely. he was about 9 feet down digging at a home. >> i just got down on my knees and just started digging as fast as i could. the homeowner called 911. it
the preliminary hearing in court today. >>> the western u.s. continues to burn as more than 50 wild fires burn close to a dozen states out west. this is a big problem. one fire becoming danger. the wild fire outside yosemite national park is at 1% contained. and it has quadrupled in size. 20,000 firefighters are most attacking the fires. many times they fight through walls of smoke. >> fire over there and there's fire here. you are right in the middle of the two coming together okay. >> california's governor declared a state of emergency and to make matters worse as it is a national park a lot of tourists have come to enjoy the sights but instead they are greeted by this walls of smoke and flames. they asked many to leave but some are standing their ground to protect their goods and properties. the fire at another park west of yosemite stretched to 25 square miles and that is only 5% contained. >>> news time 6 minutes after 6. the best 11 days of summer kick off a today. you can enjoy fried food, fun rides and awesome entertaint and great animals -- entertainment. and great animals. abc2 news
if you are joining us right now this is what we are dealing with this morning. we are looking at this pink color this is the important color this morning. this is where the tornado warning is. it's for harford county until about 6:30 this morning. we are looking at some reds now. this is severe thunderstorm warnings heading into pennsylvania and if you are traveling there this morning be prepared for that. it also all this green on the map we are looking at flash flood watch until about 3:00 this afternoon. and you see the darker green here we are talking about baltimore county this is a flash flood warning so that means that flooding is happening right now and it's eminent so i will get more information off the printer and we will talk more about this tore 2345eudo -- tornado warning but let's check the roads with lauren. >> reporter: well, let's start off with a live look at 95 at route 24 up in harford county as lynette mentioned we are dealing with a tornado warning in effect until 6:30. the roads are very slick across the region. so definitely take it slow. working at the
24/7. call 1-800-progressive. >>> crews across the u.s. battle wild fires. the beaver creek fire in central idaho burned who are than 100,000 acres e-- more than 100,000 acres equal to the size of denver colorado. the weather helped out and fire crews had the fire just 9% contained. 60 square miles but has grown 12 square miles since yesterday. 2300 homes near the celebrity vacation spots were evacuated and thousands of others are ready to leave quickly. >> you never stop thinking about will i lose my house. >> coming down the mountain side right there. so now it's wait and see what happens. can't control it. >> some ski resorts are turning on snow make equipment to protect the mountains. fires threaten homes near dales and oregon and threatened in northern california. >>> a day at beach turned into tragedy in florida. an elderly couple died after getting caught in the rip current on miami beach. with help of a good samaritan they were pulled ashore and the situation was critical when rescue officials got there. the couple didn't survive. red and purple flags warn the dangerous c
in that. age catches up to all of us. it does make a difference in your lives simply gi going -- by going to the eye doctor. >> this is part of the world series which kicks off tomorrow. a number of teams coming from around the world, including the defending japanese champions, all coming in to aberdeen. >> the japanese will bring a strong team. this year they're bringing sasho gaza, he's the japanese ironman. got to know him through the street. he played 2002115 games. we went -- he helped us out in japan. he's accompanying the team over here and i'm excited to see him. i've gotten to know him pretty well. he is is pretty cool. dism as you past his streak, i understand the orioles did something cool with him when it came time for you to pass him by. dism we ended up bringing him over from japan. i think the record-breaking game 22-16 was in kansas city. so his accomplishment was recognized and then elevated and he's -- there's a few people you can talk to that kind of understand the experience of playing that many games in a row, and it was really the same sort of approach for him as it
the summer induction day in june. >>> stay with us this morning. just ahead, a story that's all heart. a man who was once so weak he couldn't even brush his own teeth. and then he went onto beat the odds and have a full life full of love. of course so many of you tune in on fridays just for this. the maryland spca comes in and brings the pet of the week. we will introduce you fay coming up she need a home. >> we are dry right now. but we have more showers and storms on the way. but what does it look like at the beach? i will have the forecast coming up. >> reporter: that dog is so sweet. i want to take her home. no delays here on 695 at wilkins avenue. but i am following several crashes one on 97 and anothe on route 100 and another on ball road and i will have details coming up after the break. >> reporter: in today's tech bites the founders of youtube lawn a video app mix bid allowing useers to shoot edit and publish videos from the mobile device it can round from one minute xdto one hour. t-mobile is adding 1.1 million subvibeers in the past three months as they introduceed a series of no
dry, we will continue with the front towards too many. that's going to bring us better chance for showers and thunderstorms in the forecast. a chance for the showers and storms by this afternoon. the line of showers and thunderstorms that roll in towards tomorrow afternoon and evening. we start to have prubill pressure build in. download the storm shield app. if we get a thunderstorm it will alert you if it is in you neighborhood. the planner for today. fog this morning, by 10:00 partly cloudy. showers and storms possible by this afternoon. by 10:00 scattered storms. now a check of the traffic with loren. >>> we have a downed tree. west me stie, knee may beery road. closer to baltimore, harrisburg, 63 miles per hour, shawan. 83 remaining clear in to downtown. 95, moving along, 543. an easy ride driving down to white marsh. we will remain in the green. normal 6 minutes, 695 up to speed. east side 11 minute ride on the outer loop 95 up to 83. things are picking up on the west side. nothing to worry about. 13 minutes from 795 down to 95. follow me on twitter@maryland traffic. in
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